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Photosuite 4 Panoramic stitching

A guide to using Photosuite's stitching feature.

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Imagine you are on holiday and there is fantastic scenery which spans just that little too far... How do you capture that view? Take up to 48 individual photos and let Photosuite 4 stitch them together. Each photograph must over lap by approximately 1cm so be aware of this when taking the photographs.

Step one
Photosuite 4 Panoramic stitching
Open all the photos in the library and click on the Stitch option in the Prepare section of Photosuite.
Select either 'Wide' or 'Tall' for the dimension of your stitched image, and drag the pictures in order on to the white work area.
Use the flip and rotate command bars to help position the pictures.
Now select the Lens type from the drop down menu. If the camera you used is not featured simply select custom lens.

Step two
Photosuite 4 Panoramic stitching
In this section we can chose to warp the image in preparation of creating a 360 degree Panorama, a process where by the image is looped in to a cylinder so an interactive 3d image is created for use on a website for example (demo at show)
We can still manually adjust the photos by moving them with the mouse.

Step three
Photosuite 4 Panoramic stitching
Here we have a preview of the Panorama and the option to prepare finally for a 360 degree Panorama.

Step four
Photosuite 4 Panoramic stitching

Click on the small image above to see a larger version of the finished resulta stunning panoramic shot created with 15 photographs but in four easy steps!

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